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Stephen Leather is one of the UK’s most successful thriller writers, an eBook and Sunday Times bestseller and author of the critically acclaimed Dan “Spider’ Shepherd series and the Jack Nightingale supernatural detective novels. Before becoming a novelist he was a journalist for more than ten years on newspapers such as The Times, the Daily Mirror, the Glasgow Herald, the Daily Mail and the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. He is one of the country’s most successful eBook authors and his eBooks have topped the Amazon Kindle charts in the UK and the US. He has sold more than a million eBooks and was voted by The Bookseller magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the UK publishing world. His bestsellers have been translated into fifteen languages. He has also written for television shows such as London’s Burning, The Knock and the BBC’s Murder in Mind series and two of his books, The Stretch and The Bombmaker, were filmed for TV. You can find out more from his website www.stephenleather.com and you can follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/stephenleather
on Feb. 27, 2013 :
The story is great but the English is extremely bad. It is obvious that the person who actually printed the book had only rudimentry English skills. There are on average about 5 to 10 errors on every page. Smashwords needs a proff reader urgently. I'm sure the actual author didn't write the book this way. I am sorry to say, but this seems to be the norm with Smashwords books. Why don't you employ me to proof read your books before going to print?
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on June 10, 2012 :
My first Stephen Leather read. -British culture meeting Thai is almost never a happy outcome. This is no different, but Stephen Leather gives you surprising insight, a hot ride and an ending you don't expect.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
Matt Owens Rees
on June 07, 2012 :
From a writer that understands Thailand and how Thai women differentiate between 'love' and 'caring'; "Pregnant wife" is a book you start reading and keep reading. Always waiting for the next unexpected move in the plot. You recognise the real Thailand that he describes as he races to the last few sentences when the suspense is finally relieved.
(reviewed the day of purchase)